January Series-Dr. Gregory Thompson ; TO STICK WITH LOVE: KING’S VISION FOR TODAY’S MOVEMENT
The January Series is a FREE 15-day award-winning lecture series that takes place each year at Calvin University and is televised live at the Hastings Public Library.
The series aims to cultivate deep thought and conversations about important issues of the day, to inspire cultural renewal and make us better global citizens. CU is thankful to share this special gift with local, regional, and global community, thanks to our underwriters. While the series is televised live from 12:30-1:30, watchers can continue to watch all speakers until midnight EST, after midnight only certain speakers will allow their program to be viewed. Catch prior years programs through the Calvin University website or DVD's available in the Library Collection.
Dr. Gregory Thompson ; TO STICK WITH LOVE: KING’S VISION FOR TODAY’S MOVEMENT
Monday, January 16 ; Gregory Thompson (PhD, University of Virginia) is an artist of diverse creative background who works at the intersection of moral imagination and social change. Focusing on matters of race, religion, public memory, and hospitality, Gregory currently serves as Co-Director of Voices Underground, an organization committed to helping local communities recover and honor their African American histories, as writer at The Welcome Table, a column on Food and Culture at Comment Magazine, and as a line chef at Broadcloth, a restaurant in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Date and Time
Monday Jan 16, 2023 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EST
January 16, 2023
Streamed to the Hastings Public Library Community room.